Scrapbooking is a great way to recreate and remember memories that isn’t exclusively owned by ‘Pinterest worthy’ crafters. To inspire your kids to sit down at a table after a day of fun (and potentially chaos) and use their creativity, why not try scrapbooking with them?
We will set the scene. It’s Christmas Eve and your brother turns up at the house with his brand new girlfriend in tow. You didn’t get her a card. All you need is 10 minutes to make this magic rainbow tree card.
We visited Alex Stedman (AKA The Frugality), a freelance fashion editor/stylist and stationery lover, at her North London office space to give her a ‘Paperchase Desk Refresh’ and ask her some very important stationery-themed questions…
We’re ending on a high with our final Christmas craft instalment. What’s more festive than a Unicorn Christmas Card? Answer: nothing. So get on board our magical Christmas train and let’s join our crafty mate Emily Dawe to learn how to combine the art of quilling with Unicorn & Christmas awesomeness.